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Offices: Columbus, Ohio
NBC 4i is the NBC affiliate for the Columbus market and is owned by Media General. Columbus, Ohio is the 32nd largest DMA. It is the home of The Ohio State University and the National Hockey League’s Blue Jackets. The station plans to build a new downtown studio to broadcast its morning and noon newscasts, taking advantage of the opportunity for audience interaction. NBC 4i has one of the most experienced and talented teams in Central Ohio.
Offices: Los Angeles, California
NBC 4 is the NBC affiliate for the Los Angeles market and is owned and operated by NBC Universal. The NBC Owned Stations are leaders in their markets because of their aggressive promotion strategy, solid news reputation and proactive community outreach. NBC4's programming reaches millions of people each week. They attract upscale, educated and ethnically diverse customers who represent.
Offices: Washington, DC
NBC4 is owned and operated by NBC, the first television network serving the Washington, DC market. The station broadcasts 24 hours a day to an area that includes more than eight million viewers. NBC4 is a leader in news and community outreach. The station broadcasts 39 1/2 hours of news per week-more than any other station in the market. NEWS4 at 11, the late news, has held the No. 1 position since February 1994 outside of the '98 Winter Olympics. The station is involved in and brings numerous projects and campaigns to area residents each year.
Offices: Fort Worth, Texas
NBC 5 was the first television station in Texas and the 35th commercial station in the entire country, going on the air on September 15, 1948.  They are currently owned and operated by the National Broadcasting Company. While they have gone through many changes, their commitment to the community has never wavered.

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Offices: Temple, Texas
The station went on the air in 1953 as an NBC affiliate, an affiliate that continues today. In 1963, Bell Publishing Company separated its television business from its newspaper business and transferred the assets of its television business to a new corporation called Channel 6. KCEN-TV enjoys the rare legacy of having been owned by one family's company since its inception. KCEN-TV remains strong in its roots as the only locally owned and operated television station. Its twin station is KMAY-LP, both share programming and owners.
Offices: Miramar, Florida
On March 21, 1949 WTVJ signed on the air for the first time. Originally a CBS affiliate, it later moved over to ABC until finally arriving at NBC where is currently resides. WTVJ will be the first digital station in the Miami market, meaning sharper images and more timely information than ever before. But for all that, the underlying commitment to the viewer is one shaped by 50 years of pioneering.
NBC 7/39 (KNSD)
Offices: San Diego, California
NBC 7/39 is a NBC Universal owned and operated station servicing the San Diego market. The NBC Owned Stations are leaders in their markets because of their aggressive promotion strategy, solid news reputation and proactive community outreach. their news team is flexible and very independent, while maintaining high ethics and the ability to work under tight deadlines.
Offices: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 
The station was known as WCAU until 1995, when NBC bought the station as part of an affiliate swap and gave it a second name, NBC 10. From its creation in 1948 until 1995 WCAU was an affiliate of CBS. WCAU was the first TV station in the country to have a local 11 pm news broadcast. In 1984, the station has kept its strong legacy in community programming, but it was out of the children's broadcasting business.
Offices: Providence, Rhode Island
In 1922 the department store, The Outlet Company, went on the air with WJAR radio, and in 1949 WJAR-TV became Rhode Island's first television station. WJAR was purchased by NBC in February 1996 and was one of 14 stations owned and operated by the network for 10 years. NBC Universal announced in April 2006 that it was selling NBC 10 and three other stations to Virginia-based Media General. The acquisition was completed on June 26, 2006.